Our next short audio story will be in June. In the meantime actor John Marshall has alerted me to our past outdoor production. It has been a decade since we performed my play, Abelard and Heloise, at Glastonbury Abbey. Have a look at this short promotional film here.
I originally adapted the love letters of Abelard and Heloise into a play that was on at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I later revisited the play, setting it in an outdoor environment. The combination of rehearsing and performing at the historically relevant, beautiful and peaceful setting over a summer was joyful. We had fun, thanks to a talented team.
Earthworm is the first part of a four part nature centred series. Each audio story stands alone but if you listen to all four you will discover another story arc. In this short witty story the earthworm speaks out.
Length: 7 minutes.
Written by Tamsin Irwin
Read by Mark Philip Compton
Above: Mark Philip Compton
Tamsin Irwin, as sole author of play EARTHWORM, has asserted her moral rights in accordance with 77- 80 of the Copyright and Designs Act 1988.